If you’re a millennial or know a millennial, it will likely come as no surprise to hear that millennials have made a habit of wasting time due to technology.
As managers of Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers, millennials have found themselves in the interesting predicament of managing older staff members who have been working much longer.
Launched in early 2016, SummitSync plans to consolidate individual event apps into one universal platform for professional networking at events.
A new study reported 67 percent of millennials say financial stress overtakes their ability to focus and be productive at work.
Yes, millennials are the most-connected generation, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want time to escape the realities of the world.
Are we becoming a visual society, and what affects does this have on our communication with one another and our ability to express ourselves to another human being face to face?
"We created a small honeybee safe haven located on our South Tower’s third-floor rooftop."
Millennials actually prefer face-to-face meetings and events just as much, if not more, than previous generations.
It's not that millennials can't give their attention for lengths of time; it's that they require much deeper and more meaningful engagement.
Millennials are regarded as a tricky audience—difficult to engage and challenging to keep entertained. So how do you keep them engaged, entertained and participating at an event in a meaningful way? Dan Yaman of Live Spark offers a few ideas.
Dan Yaman, CEO of Live Spark, is glad that Millennials have inspired companies to rethink their presentations and to focus on engaging their audiences in brain-friendly, interactive ways. He also laments the fate of the poor, disengaged Gen Xers and Boomers who came before them.